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By Mike Moore and mmoore@jessaminejournal.com | February 15, 2011
A Nicholasville man who police charged with first-degree rape on Nov. 2, 2010, pleaded guilty in Jessamine Circuit Court to a lesser charge on Feb. 11. According to court records, Robert D. Shouse, 47, pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct, a misdemeanor, and was sentenced to two years probation. Conditions of his probation are that he not commit another offense, he remained employed, supports his dependents and family, pay court costs, report to his probation officer, submit to a substance abuse evaluation and have no contact with his victim.
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December 13, 2008
Winchester Police Charged - Michelle Robinson, 31, 109 Sycamore St., first-degree unlawful transaction with a minor. - Orlando Morales, 19, 109 Sycamore St., sexual misconduct. Reported - On Friday, Mathew Moore of Mercy House Apartments reported that while he was in rehabilitation, someone forged several of his checks, totaling more than $125. Police have a male suspect.
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By Fred Petke and The Winchester Sun | March 15, 2011
A man already serving a year in jail for sexual misconduct is now facing felony custodial interference charges. Zachary Moore, 20, was convicted Thursday and sentenced to the maximum, following a one-day trial in Clark District Court. After he was lodged in the Clark County Detention Center, Moore was served a summons charging him with new offenses. Clark County Attorney Brian Thomas said the victim, a Clark County girl now 15 years-old, is the same in both cases. The allegations are different.
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By Fred Petke | October 1, 2010
A Winchester man will have to spend at least two years in Florida as part of his guilty plea to sexual misconduct this week. Julio Peon, 22, of 227 Robyn Drive, was facing two separate charges regarding his sexual involvement with a 15-year-old. Peon must stay out of Kentucky until the victim turns 18, according to the terms of the agreement. Court documents indicate that Peon will move to Florida after he serves 72 more days in the Clark County Detention Center. The sentence was part of an elaborate plea agreement to resolve Peon’s two cases, one which started with multiple counts of rape and the latter for violating terms of his original bond.
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August 3, 2012
The following case was resolved in Clark District Court July 25 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. - Darrell L. Hawkins, possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, four days. The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court July 23 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. -  Samantha Jean Bettis, first-degree promoting contraband, amended to second-degree, pleaded guilty, three days. - Matthew D. Campbell, theft by deception, previous sentence set aside, 30 days.
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March 12, 2011
A Missouri man will serve 365 days in the Clark County Detention Center after being convicted of sexual misconduct late Thursday afternoon. A district court jury took approximately 45 minutes to return its verdict against 19-year-old Zachary Moore of Keytesville, Mo., Clark County Attorney Brian Thomas said. The jail sentence and the $500 fine are the maximum penalties allowed on a misdemeanor conviction. Moore was arrested in September on a first-degree rape warrant for allegedly having forced sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl in Clark County.
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June 3, 2011
A¿Perry County man who crashed and was shot while fleeing from the police in April was indicted Thursday on a number of charges. Randall Hagan, 38, of Viper, was arrested on April 1 at the entrance to the Mountain Parkway after refusing to stop for authorities in Fayette or Clark counties. Winchester Police officers located Hagan’s pickup truck on Interstate 64 after a Lexington Police officer ended his pursuit. Officers and Capt. Arlen Horton of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office pursued Hagan’s truck until he ran over a set of spike strips on Interstate 64 and crashed while entering the parkway.
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By Fred Petke and The Winchester Sun | October 19, 2012
A 70-year-old man may face a three-year diverted sentence, rather than five years in prison, after pleading guilty to charges of sexual misconduct, indecent exposure and wanton endangerment. Donald Parido, of Springfield, would not serve any jail time if the plea agreement offered Thursday is accepted by Clark Circuit Judge William Clouse at the sentencing hearing in December. Parido, who uses a walker, has been on house arrest in recent months. He was arrested in January following a series of incidents where he allegedly tried to touch two girls between their legs and tried to get a third girl to touch his genitals during a period of four days.
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By Ben Kleppinger and ben@theinteriorjournal.com | August 13, 2012
STANFORD - A former Lincoln Deputy Jailer will be spending some time on the other side of the bars. Scott Roberts of Waynesburg has pleaded guilty to sexual misconduct for having sex with an inmate while he was a deputy jailer at the Lincoln County Regional Jail. Roberts was sentenced to two years probation, beginning with 10 days in jail and 30 days of house arrest. Lincoln Jailer David Gooch said Roberts will be housed somewhere besides Lincoln County for his jail time.
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August 3, 2012
The following case was resolved in Clark District Court July 25 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. - Darrell L. Hawkins, possession of drug paraphernalia, pleaded guilty, four days. The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court July 23 with Judge Brandy Oliver Brown presiding. -  Samantha Jean Bettis, first-degree promoting contraband, amended to second-degree, pleaded guilty, three days. - Matthew D. Campbell, theft by deception, previous sentence set aside, 30 days.
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June 3, 2011
A¿Perry County man who crashed and was shot while fleeing from the police in April was indicted Thursday on a number of charges. Randall Hagan, 38, of Viper, was arrested on April 1 at the entrance to the Mountain Parkway after refusing to stop for authorities in Fayette or Clark counties. Winchester Police officers located Hagan’s pickup truck on Interstate 64 after a Lexington Police officer ended his pursuit. Officers and Capt. Arlen Horton of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office pursued Hagan’s truck until he ran over a set of spike strips on Interstate 64 and crashed while entering the parkway.
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By Fred Petke and The Winchester Sun | March 15, 2011
A man already serving a year in jail for sexual misconduct is now facing felony custodial interference charges. Zachary Moore, 20, was convicted Thursday and sentenced to the maximum, following a one-day trial in Clark District Court. After he was lodged in the Clark County Detention Center, Moore was served a summons charging him with new offenses. Clark County Attorney Brian Thomas said the victim, a Clark County girl now 15 years-old, is the same in both cases. The allegations are different.
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March 12, 2011
A Missouri man will serve 365 days in the Clark County Detention Center after being convicted of sexual misconduct late Thursday afternoon. A district court jury took approximately 45 minutes to return its verdict against 19-year-old Zachary Moore of Keytesville, Mo., Clark County Attorney Brian Thomas said. The jail sentence and the $500 fine are the maximum penalties allowed on a misdemeanor conviction. Moore was arrested in September on a first-degree rape warrant for allegedly having forced sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl in Clark County.
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February 18, 2011
The following cases were resolved in Clark District Court Wednesday, Feb. 9 with Judge Earl-Ray Neal presiding. — Archie Conner, first-degree criminal mischief, amended to criminal attempt, dismissed, restitution ordered. — Joseph J. Cook, second-degree burglary, amended to criminal attempt, pleaded guilty, 360 days, 90 days conditionally discharged. — Ashley Marie Roberts, first-degree possession of a controlled substance, amended to criminal attempt, pleaded guilty, 180 days; third-degree possession of a controlled substance, pleaded guilty, 180 days concurrent; tampering with physical evidence, amended to criminal attempt, dismissed; prescription controlled substance not in proper container, dismissed; no or expired registration plate, dismissed.
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